Zurmang Namgyeltse, a Karma Kagyu monastery in Yushu, Kham, was established in the fifteenth century by Drung Mase, who was posthumously titled the First Garwang. A branch monastery, Zurmang Dutsitil, was established soon after by Drung Mase's disciple, the First Zurmang Trungpa.
Chogyam Trungpa. 1977. Born in Tibet. Boulder: Shambhala.
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